The Chocolate Skunk is known for its pleasant smell even with its skunky undertone. Its THC content is high and may be too strong for beginners. It was created by crossing Chocolope and Skunk. It's heavy on the sativa side, keeping someone active and alert. Like aroma is surprisingly pleasant. It's a mix of chocolate and skunk. Some say it tastes like strong coffee.
Overview of Chocolate Skunk
Chocolate Skunk is an extremely heavy sativa strain reaching 80% with a THC content reaching to 26%. Unfortunately, its CBD content is minuscule at best. The buds are round and fluffy with dark green leaves and dusted with white crystals. There are also a few specks of orange hairs. Because of the heavy resin, it's hard to break up.
Potential Positive Effects of Chocolate Skunk
Chocolate Skunk has a quick rise high, however, every effect will not hit you at once. It starts cerebral providing mental energy as euphoria takes over. Whatever you're doing, you'll be happy do it. You will be motivated to complete that task you've been procrastinating with. This strain is not really for evening use as it gives you a boost of physical and mental energy and the need to do something else but relax.
The Lineage of Chocolate Skunk
Chocolope is the result of crossing Chocolate Thai and Cannalope Haze. It provides energetic and uplifted effects and helps with fatigue. Chocolope has a sweet but pungent smell. It's almost 100% sativa and has a THC content of 19% combined with a CBD content of .2%. Its bud is pale green with dark leaves, white crystals, and light brown hairs.
Chocolope can be grown indoors and outdoors and it's easy to do. It produces and high yield when grown correctly in sunny Mediterranean climate. Indoor growing takes 9 to 10 weeks yielding 21oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by mid-late October and can yield 32oz per plant. These plants are also prone to mold and mildew.
Skunk #1 is the child of Afghani, Acapulco Gold and Colombian Gold. It's almost an even split with sativa and indica leaning slightly on the indica side. The THC content is 19% with a CBD content of 1%. It has great relaxing characteristics but not sedative. Skunk has a pungent smell which passed on to its prodigy. The flower is Christmas tree-shaped with green leaves, a dust of white crystals, and orange hairs.
Skunk #1 can be grown indoors and outdoors, medium size in warm and sunny outdoor climate. Indoor growing takes 8 to 9 weeks yielding 18oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by mid-October yielding 16oz per plant. Skunk is resistant to common molds and mildew, but the resistance lowers towards the end of its growth.
Growing Chocolate Skunk
Chocolate Skunk is for moderate growers and needs a little more attention than other strains. They grow tall and must be watched so they won't result in a plant too tall to continue its growth session. This is important when grown indoors. It's grown best in an ideal environment. This strain is resistant to molds and mildew.
Chocolate Skunk can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Indoor growing takes 50-55 days yielding 13oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by mid-October and with varying yields per plant.
Where to Find Chocolate Skunk
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